Warning: You are not logged in. Your IP address will be publicly visible if you make any edits. If you log in or create an account, your edits will be attributed to your username, along with other benefits. Anti-spam check. Do not fill this in!===Career=== Carlyle is a graduate of the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama. In 1991, he and four friends founded an acting company and guest starred in ''The Bill''. He first came to the attention of the public as murderer Albie Kinsella in an episode of ''Cracker'' opposite Robbie Coltrane (in which he killed the character, DCI David Bilborough, played by [[Christopher Eccleston]]). He soon landed the role of Highland policeman Hamish Macbeth in the eponymous BBC comedy-drama. In 1996 and 1997, he appeared in what are arguably the two most high-profile roles of his career to date: that of the psychopathic Francis Begbie in ''Trainspotting'' and Gaz, the mild-mannered leader of a group of amateur male strippers, in ''The Full Monty''. Other memorable roles include the senior Malachy McCourt (father of author Frank McCourt) in the 1999 film adaptation of McCourt's first memoir, ''Angela’s Ashes'', the villainous Renard in the James Bond film ''The World Is Not Enough'', a cannibalistic soldier in ''Ravenous'', the gay lover of Father Greg in ''Priest'' and Adolf Hitler in ''Hitler: The Rise of Evil''. Carlyle played the part of [[Don Harris]], one of the main characters in ''[[28 Weeks Later]]''. Most recently, he plays the lead role as a marine engineer, attempting to save London from total devastation in the disaster film ''Flood'', released in 2007. 1997 saw Carlyle star with Ray Winstone in Face which was released finally in 2002 on DVD. Carlyle is also rumoured to be the next Doctor in the popular BBC drama series, ''Doctor Who''. Summary: Please note that all contributions to the 28 Days Later Wiki are considered to be released under the CC-BY-SA Cancel Editing help (opens in new window) Retrieved from "https://28dayslater.fandom.com/wiki/Robert_Carlyle"